Simelwe Dlova, a junior informatics major from South Africa, found her community halfway around the world.
Christian Stoltzfus, a sophomore, Jeanette Shown, professor of information technology, and India Potter of Ball State are collaborating on a Maple Scholars project to create a peace-oriented video game.
Sixteen Goshen College students are participating in summer research projects through the college’s Maple Scholars Program.
Programmers, artists, musicians and writers are invited to participate in the 2015 Global Game Jam (GGJ) at Goshen College, the world’s largest game creation event, Jan. 29-31. A record 500 locations in 84 countries will participate in this year’s event.
Goshen College students showed off the creations that they designed to help people with disabilities at an electronics show on Tuesday. The bi-annual show focused on helping the blind and deaf.
Sixteen students in physics professor John Ross Buschert’s electronics and robotics class presented their projects to visitors during the 2015 Electronics and Robotics Show.
Two teams of Goshen College students competed at the 2015 Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) East Central North America Regional Programming Contest, sponsored by IBM, on Oct. 30-31.
Todd Nussbaum ’96, Java practice director at HMB Inc., answers questions about his work and life.
The local Global Game Jam kicked off Friday evening in Goshen College’s Union Building, where 28 designers from Goshen College, Ball State University and the Goshen community gathered in a computer lab to spend 48 hours rapidly prototyping game designs.
Two Goshen College students recently won first place in the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges (CCSC) Midwest programming competition on Sept. 20 at Olivet Nazarene University, in Bourbonnais, Illinois.